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Perry Mason: The Case of the Positive Negative

In a corrupt town, Roger Brandon intends change: he will accept a position at the head of an anti-crime commission to shut down the rackets. Racketeer George Emory has other ideas. He claims possession of evidence against Brandon's wife that he will use to smear her name unless Brandon refuses the appointment. Brandon calls the crime boss's bluff. Then someone murders Emory and builds a nice frame around Brandon into the bargain. Or is it a frame? The police certainly don't think so...

Episode Info  

Episode number: 9x28
Airdate: Sunday May 01st, 1966

Guest Stars
Bettye AckermanBettye Ackerman
As Laura Brandon
Parley BaerParley Baer
As Frank Cummings
Dabbs GreerDabbs Greer
As Bill Cotton
Simon ScottSimon Scott
As Stanley Overton
Ted de CorsiaTed de Corsia
As George Emory
John GallaudetJohn Gallaudet
As Judge
Jim DrumJim Drum
As Photographer
Brian DonlevyBrian Donlevy
As General Roger Brandon
Anthony Hayes (2)Anthony Hayes (2)
As Warren Cotton
Tom Allen (3)Tom Allen (3)
As Policeman
Main Cast
Raymond BurrRaymond Burr
As Perry Mason
Barbara HaleBarbara Hale
As Della Street
William HopperWilliam Hopper
As Paul Drake
William TalmanWilliam Talman
As Hamilton Burger
Richard AndersonRichard Anderson
As Lt. Steve Drumm
Other Episode Crew

CreatorErle Stanley Gardner
Executive ProducerGail Patrick
ProducerArthur Marks  |  Art Seid
CastingHarvey Clermont
MusicRichard Shores
Make-upIrving Pringle
Set DecoratorCarl Biddiscombe
Production Sound MixerHerman Lewis
Script SupervisorMarshall Schlom
Director of PhotographyJohn M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Art DirectorLewis H. Creber
Main Title ThemeFred Steiner
Film EditorRichard Cahoon
Assistant DirectorGordon A. Webb
Story ConsultantErnest Frankel
Wardrobe SupervisorEvelyn Carruth  |  Bob Wolfe
Prop MasterRay Thompson (3)
Associate Story ConsultantOrville Hampton
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